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Mar
5
comment What is the md5/sha1 checksum for Xcode 3.2.6 and iOS 4.3 SDK final?
That's right @Barry, but as you can see, Chris and I figured that out about 2 years ago. Thanks though.
Mar
4
awarded  Necromancer
Mar
4
awarded  Good Answer
Feb
19
revised Compiling (NS/Cocoa) Emacs on OSX with SVG support
added 93 characters in body
Feb
12
comment Compiling (NS/Cocoa) Emacs on OSX with SVG support
@Globalnomad - raised on meta. - also see
Feb
12
revised Compiling (NS/Cocoa) Emacs on OSX with SVG support
added 3 characters in body
Feb
12
asked Compiling (NS/Cocoa) Emacs on OSX with SVG support
Oct
10
awarded  Yearling
May
21
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
30
answered What are the advantages of Emacs for Mac OS X users?
Mar
24
revised How can I change a file or folder icon using the Terminal
Removing GUI method of changing icons (as noise/irrelevant.)
Mar
24
comment What tiny thing in iOS 5 makes you smile, or has caught you off guard?
I had no idea about this one, very nice.
Mar
24
comment What tiny thing in iOS 5 makes you smile, or has caught you off guard?
@djacobson - Please expand on how this is done.
Mar
24
comment What tiny thing in iOS 5 makes you smile, or has caught you off guard?
@VxJasonxV probably a good idea to change the screenshot to something that doesn't look like an app switching swipe... :)
Mar
24
suggested approved edit on How can I change a file or folder icon using the Terminal
Mar
24
comment How can I change a file or folder icon using the Terminal
Thanks for that, very helpful indeed. BTW, I'm editing out the GUI method, to reduce noise.
Feb
2
awarded  Good Answer
Nov
21
comment What is the md5/sha1 checksum for Xcode 3.2.6 and iOS 4.3 SDK final?
@ChrisJohnsen, that sounds plausible, but I think I probably misremembered.
Nov
18
answered Is there something similar to the Greasemonkey script system for a browser in iOS?
Nov
17
accepted How can I change a file or folder icon using the Terminal